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EDITORIAL: Here’s why Prime Minister Hamze Abdi Barre could possibly be good for Somalia

EDITORIAL: Somali Prime Minister's candidate Hamza Abdi Barre might wait to see if MPs endorse him for the job, signaling the beginning of what appears to be like like a brand new chapter in Somalia. Given latest developments, there could also be some horse swapping, however his public report signifies he would possibly simply cross with flying colours And there are classes from his personal profession for Somalis, which might finally profit the nation in want of management and path. One of these classes is loyalty.…

EDITORIAL: Ahead of the Presidential Elections, A Politicians’ Guide to Somalia’s Good

EDITORIAL: Ahead of the Presidential Elections, A Politicians' Guide to Somalia's Good EDITORIAL: Finally, the Somali presidential elections are as a consequence of happen on May 15. And it isn't similar to a monkey being pulled off our backs, however like a ship that lastly discovered a course after setting its compass rights. It may very well be a brand new daybreak. Or it may very well be…

EDITORIAL: Why Somalia’s House of Commons elections could be the most important test for Prime Minister Roble

EDITORIAL | Somalia's Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble recently received an award from across Somalia for raising political figures in elections. . This week, the historic past of the elections has shifted to the House of Representatives, the key body of the bicameral federal parliament, which primarily issues legal advice in Somalia, as well as tax permits. But the consideration of this chamber, also known as the House of the People, is mainly due to the proven fact that the 275 elected members decide who will become…

EDITORIAL: Turkey’s future policy in Somalia must focus on institution rebuilding

EDITORIAL One of the hottest stories in Somalia this week is the state of relations between Somalia and Turkey. Ankara has scored many points from politicians and government officials by helping to alleviate Somalia's day-to-day problems. From humanitarian aid to grants to security support, little has been found in Turkey in Somalia that did not go as planned. The story began in August 2011. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, then Prime Minister of Turkey, arrived in Mogadishu as Somalia was battling one of the worst droughts in…

EDITORIAL: As Somali intelligence displays exemption, who will cut their legs off?

EDITORIAL | Somalia National Intelligence and Security Agency is a noble organization. But it seems run by those who like to trade evil and impunity. This week, Fahad Yasin, the head of NISA revoked the dismissal orders of Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble against two agents who had been implicated in violations against political leaders. Yasin overturned the dismissal, and therefore normalized impunity. The agency also fought against allegations that its top executives organized the disappearance of an agent…

EDITORIAL: Somalia Wants Safety Company Cooperation Now

EDITORIAL | Somalia heads for much delayed and eagerly awaited elections this Sunday; having already overcome enormous amounts of challenges. And the credit could go to Somali Prime Minister Hussein Roble, who managed to stabilize the ship that appeared to be sinking earlier in the year. Of course, these arrangements could never have been made if the federal states had chosen to go their way. They deserve credit for having chosen the best interests of the country at a time when the leaders of the federal government were…

EDITORIAL: Rigged election in Somalia will sink us all, Farmajo

EDITORIAL | Somalis are anxiously awaiting the crucial election scheduled for July 25 in what could make or break the country. And it can be assumed that everyone, including our leaders in the federal government and federal member states, understands the crux of the matter. This is why it is appalling to learn that new machinations are attempting to derail or even overthrow an election for the sole benefit of an individual. We are aware of reports that spy agents attempted to interfere with the reconciliation plan in…

EDITORIAL: Little hiccups PM Roble needs to figure out in ahead of Somali Ballot Box

EDITORIAL | When Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble landed in Kismayo on Wednesday, the significance of the trip wasn't just that a senior government official was visiting one of the federal states they struggled to engage with. Admittedly, Prime Minister Roble's appearance in the capital of Jubbaland was good for the optics: the federal government was on a collision course with Jubbaland for most of the tenure of outgoing President Mohamed Farmajo. At one point, Farmajo even refused to recognize Jubbaland chairman…

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